Inferno is a masterpiece for these eyes. The narrative is... quite unlike anything I've ever seen, including Argento's own films. It stands right between being awake and asleep, like being in limbo to be precise. The pauses, the almost expression-less eyes of everyone involved (only when they fear they react like dramatic actors - again not like real characters, just like in a dream), the timing, it creates a world unique and impenetrable. That's what a great director is supposed to do. It surpasses everything he has ever done. I'm with Alan Jones on that one.